Eoin Higgins, staff writer
Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn speaks at a rally in Stainton Village in Middlesbrough, on the last day of General Election campaigning.
Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn told voters he was giving them a "message of...
Julia Conley, staff writer
"A Labour government will stop our NHS being sold off in a toxic trade deal...


At the risk of extreme redundancy: It is stupefying our alleged leader is publicly slinging crude, cheap, barnyard epithets at a(nother) woman. Of course, he's committed untold weightier crimes - obstructing justice in the bone saw murder of a journalist, anyone? - but if we don't call out the countless, tawdry ways he daily debases our national discourse, they become the norm. We could add the irony of a fat orange tub of putrid goo insulting anyone's looks. But we won't.